NEW YORK, Feb. 26 -- Genome Express, a Grenoble, France, genomics services provider, announced today the installation of a Zymark Sciclone ALH workstation.

The system of hardware and software is used to automate liquid handling and microplate management. It replaces separate devices and will be integrated into DACS (Discriminative Analysis of Clone Signature), a modified DNA sequencing system developed by Genome Express to be used for gene-expression analysis.

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